The St. Petersburg City Council overwhelmingly approved the schematic design for the New St. Pete Pier. Awarded in 2015 through a competition sponsored by the City of St. Petersburg, the design of the New St. Pete Pier represents a collaborative effort with ASD|SKY and Ken Smith Workshop.
Rob Rogers had a conversation with ArchNewsNow about the public realm, the value of competitions, and what it means to be cross disciplinary.
Rob Rogers joined other distinguished professionals at the Ryerson University Department of Architectural Science for "Popularize: Architecture Networking Workshop." This event was hosted by the AIAS Ryerson on March 4, 2016.
The New St. Pete Pier has won a 2016 AIANY Merit Award in Urban Design from AIA New York! This new public realm will provide year-round activity along the entire length of the new pier and seamlessly integrate with downtown St. Pete's ongoing renaissance. We would like to thank our partners ASD|SKY and Ken Smith Workshop for their collaboration on this endeavor.
Mid-Main, a new transit-oriented development in Midtown Houston, is topping out! Located along the recently expanded Red-Line transit corridor, this project is part of an explosion of new vitality in Houston’s heralded Midtown Cultural Arts District; the entertainment hub of the city and home to institutions like The Ensemble Theater, Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston, and Diverse Works.
The Henderson-Hopkins School in East Baltimore has been awarded a 2016 AIA Institute Honor Award for Architecture. As the first new public school in Baltimore in 30 years this school has been a catalytic addition to both its neighborhood and the city at large. This project represents what architecture for education can really be about: enabling students, teachers and the community and we are proud to have helped shape a bright future for the children of East Baltimore.